I did promise to stay on a posit...by
Dr. Kim ..
I did promise to stay on a positive track this year and I am. I’m tail waggin’ excited to hear that even though the medical governing bodies are working always behind the scenes to try and force...
How Running Hills Affects Your Speedby
I always hear the advice that one way to get faster is to start running hills. Unfortunately, Chicago is pretty flat so I never get the chance to do any hill work. This hurt me in the recent Philadelphia Marathon because
Does joggling make you run slower?by
People assume that joggling naturally makes you run slower. When someone hears my time for a race they will often ask something like, “How fast would you have gone if you weren’t juggling?”
In all honestly, I don’t thi
Is multitasking deflating your motivation?by
One thing you’ll often hear while joggling is a comment along the lines of “Now that’s multitasking!” or “Wow, talk about multitasking”.Â Yes, running and juggling is naturally a multitasking activity.Â Really, juggling i
Will Running Ruin Your Knees?by
One of the most common things I hear when people learn that I joggle every day and have run 25+ marathons is, “Your knees must be shot!”
It reflects a common belief that running will ruin your knees. People thing body parts
How fast will you be at 80?by
I frequently hear from people that all my running is going to ruin my body. I don’t believe it. And I think the latest scientific studies would back up my contention that keeping active is the key to living a long tim
Running does not cause knee problemsby
One of the most common questions I hear from people when they learn about how much I run is, “How are you knees?” The more “helpful” people usually advise me that I’d better stop running or my knees are going to be shot
Back to Basicsby
get off track with eating and exercise after WLS or during any weight loss plan and we need to get ourselves back on track with some basic rules and guidelines. Sometimes we find ourselves just eating poorly, or...